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What You’ll Find on an All-Gay Cruise

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What You’ll Find on an All-Gay Cruise

Conjure up all the images you can of what you think an all-gay cruise is like, and just sorta put that on hold for a minute. Yes, all the gay butt-slapping, towel-whipping, wristband-wearing, speedo and banana hammock-donning buff guys with no chest hair and perfectly chiseled faces… put all that aside.

The first thing you will probably feel on an all-gay cruise is comfort. Not just creature comforts, but the comfort of knowing that there are so many other people like you out there. You’ll get to feel a little like straight people feel on a straight cruise! If you’ve ever been to a gay event, it might remind you of that. At the very least, it’ll be a comfortable, totally hassle-free vacation, and you’ll forget all about any discrimination you may have encountered in the past. It’ll be a perfect, almost dreamlike escape from your everyday life.



A gay cruise can be a great way to take a trip as a couple, or if you’re single, to meet people. Some boats cater more to couples, and some more to partygoing singles, but there is always something for everyone. Do your research beforehand and you probably won’t be disappointed.

All-Gay Cruise

Conjure up all the images you can of what you think an all-gay cruise is like, and just sorta put that on hold for a minute. Yes, all the gay butt-slapping, towel-whipping, wristband-wearing, speedo and banana hammock-donning buff guys with no chest hair and perfectly chiseled faces… put all that aside.

The first thing you will probably feel on an all-gay cruise is comfort. Not just creature comforts, but the comfort of knowing that there are so many other people like you out there. You’ll get to feel a little like straight people feel on a straight cruise! If you’ve ever been to a gay event, it might remind you of that. At the very least, it’ll be a comfortable, totally hassle-free vacation, and you’ll forget all about any discrimination you may have encountered in the past. It’ll be a perfect, almost dreamlike escape from your everyday life.



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A gay cruise can be a great way to take a trip as a couple, or if you’re single. You”ll surely meet people. Some boats cater more to couples, and some more to party going singles. There is always something for everyone. Do your research beforehand and you probably won’t be disappointed.

Gay cruises book the same cruise ships as mainstream lines. So you’ll get the same luxurious rooms. Along with, great food, big drinking,gambling, and onboard activities. Also, a lot more that are gay-oriented. Of course, no one can guarantee a romantic encounter. Given that you’ll be isolated on a luxurious boat around great scenery with other like-minded individuals, your’re odds just got better! Gay cruises are jam-packed with fun events for everyone. Hey, you’ll probably make a few friends while on board.



Every line differs, but overall, there are more parties on gay cruises and they tend to go on a bit later. They also have theme parties and theme nights, and other funky entertainment (gay comedians, drag shows etc.). If you don’t like that, that’s ok. With hundred to thousands of people onboard, you’re likely to find others with the same tastes as you.

A lot of people, maybe half to three-quarters, decorate their doors on gay cruises. It’s not necessary of course, but it’s all in the spirit of celebrating. People will decorate with everything from traditional decorations, to wild jungle motifs.Some, even some kinky stuff, though you wouldn’t really want to take this too far. If you want to take part in this, you’ll need to bring your own supplies on board. Make sure nothing’s too permanent.

Cruise Vacations

If you’re the sort of person who doesn’t like the out-there, extroverted, I’m-gay-and-you-know-it type activities, that doesn’t mean gay travel isn’t for you. Just like with straight cruises, there are party boats, there are uber-luxury high-class boats, and there are boats in the middle. As with everything else, know what you’re getting into, make an informed decision, then have no regrets! book the same cruise ships as mainstream lines, so you’ll get the same luxurious rooms, great food, big drinking and gambling, onboard activities… and then a lot more that are gay-oriented. Of course, no one can guarantee a romantic encounter, but given that you’ll be isolated on a luxurious boat around great scenery with other like-minded individuals, there’s more than a chance! Gay cruises are jam-packed with fun events for everyone, and you’ll probably make a few friends while on board.

Party Time

Every line differs, but overall, there are more parties on gay cruises and they tend to go on a bit later. They also have theme parties and theme nights. Along with other funky entertainment (gay comedians, drag shows etc.). If you don’t like that, that’s ok. With hundred to thousands of people onboard, you’re likely to find others with the same tastes as you. We’re going to try and talk about some of the things that make each cruise unique in reviews. Also when discussing upcoming cruises. We’re also going to look at how each travel destination is for the gay traveler.

Here’s a Tip

A lot of people, maybe half to three-quarters, decorate their doors on gay cruises. It’s not necessary of course, but it’s all in the spirit of celebrating. People will decorate with everything from traditional decorations, to wild jungle motifs and even some kinky stuff. Though you might not really want to take this too far. If you want to take part in this, you’ll need to bring your own supplies on board.Oh, make sure nothing’s too permanent.

If you’re the sort of person who doesn’t like the out-there, extroverted.The, I’m-gay-and-you-know-it type activities, that doesn’t mean gay travel isn’t for you. Just like with straight cruises, there are party boats, there are uber-luxury high-class boats, and there are boats in the middle. As with everything else, know what you’re getting into, make an informed decision, then have no regrets!

 

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